Condits and Cousins Family History - Person Sheet
Condits and Cousins Family History - Person Sheet
NameFrancis Ezilka Parks51,44,45,1,2,3,46,5
Birth15 Jul 1851, Rosendale, Fond Du Lac Co., Wisconsin52,53
Death14 Nov 1936, Hagerman, Gooding Co., Idaho48,53,54,55
Burial16 Nov 1936, Hagerman Cemetery, Hagerman, Gooding Co., Idaho54,53,50
FatherDavid I. Parks (1794-1874)
MotherDulina Hyde (1809-1882)
Spouses
Birth7 Jul 1847, Farm, Van Buren Co., Iowa47
Death1 Sep 1940, Hagerman, Gooding Co., Idaho48,49
Memo10/30/1940
BurialHagerman Cemetery, Hagerman, Gooding Co., Idaho50
Memofindagrave #59115778
FatherSilas Whitehead Condit , 1648 (1819-1879)
Marriage24 Feb 1870, Little Sioux, Harrison Co., Iowa56
ChildrenJames Ervin , 1648 31 (1870-1961)
 Elbert B. “Bert” , 1648 32 (1874-1942)
 Milla Josephine “Millie” , 1648 33 (1881-1917)
 John Winford , 1648 34 (1884-1979)
 Guy Whitehead , 1648 35 (1886-1918)
 Silas David , 1648 36 (1890-1953)
 Nettie Mae , 1648 37 (1892-1986)
 Sarah “Sadie” Adaline , 1648 38 (1895-1981)
Notes for Francis Ezilka Parks
Born: Madison, Wisconsin according to Dad's recollection of what she said. Church records state she was born in Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin; 15 July 1851.
Notes for John Henry (Spouse 1)
He was born in Van Buren County, Iowa, lived near Little Sioux, where he engaged in farming and taught in the district school in winter. He studied law and began to practice in 1876. In 1881 he took his family to Washington Territory, but they returned to Idaho in 1885, where he resided on his ranch in Hagerman Valley.32
John Henry Condit married, Feb 24, 1870, Frances E. Parks . He was born in Van Buren County, Iowa, and was near Little Sioux, where he engaged in farming and taught in the district school in winter. He studied law and began to practice in 1876. In 1881 he took his family to Washington Territory, but they returned to Idaho in 1885, where he resided on his ranch in Hagerman Valley. Left Iowa in April 1881 and traveled Oregon Trail to Idaho where he stopped briefly and then traveled on to Stanwood, Washington. Taught school in Stanwood for about three years, leaving in approximately April 1885. Traveled back to Idaho where he settled in Malta, Idaho where he bought 160 acres of land. Lived there nine years then sold out and moved to Hagerman .
Was an itinerant missionary preacher for the RLDS church, traveling to many places from Nauvoo, Illinois to the west coast. They had very few worldly possessions.32
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